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2014 OSHA Update — Live Training Webinars

Know the Rules

Four Additional Opportunities to Participate This Fall

If you are a pharmacist providing immunizations or CLIA-waived testing services, or a pharmacy technician assisting with these services, you must have live OSHA training on bloodborne pathogens every year or face fines of up to $90,000. The Tennessee Pharmacists Research and Education Foundation (TPREF) is offering a webinar for under $70 that meets all of OSHA’s training requirements, including the live component. One (1.0) hour of live ACPE CE credit will be provided for program attendees through the Collaborative Education Institute (CEI).

PROGRAM: This ACPE-accredited OSHA training webinar meets all of OSHA’s training requirements for bloodborne pathogen exposure in pharmacy practice. The 2014 OSHA Update webinar can protect you and your pharmacy practice site against potentially devastating OSHA fines – and your pharmacy site can continue to protect the public against potentially devastating disease.

PRESENTER: The webinar program is presented online by Dr. Stephan Foster, PharmD, FAPhA, FNAP. Dr. Foster is a retired Captain in the U.S. Public Health Service and currently serves as Professor at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Pharmacy. He is nationally known for his work on pharmacist-provided immunization practice and brings significant expertise in the area of bloodborne pathogens and OSHA regulations. Dr. Foster is on the Speakers’ Bureau for Merck, Sanofi-Pasteur, MedImmune, and serves on the Advisory Board for Pfizer.


  • TPA Member Pharmacist or Technician – $40
  • TPA Non-member Pharmacist or Technician – $65


  • Wednesday, November 5
    11:00 am CT (12:00 pm ET)
    CLICK HERE to register
  • Wednesday, November 5
    6:00 pm CT (7:00 pm ET)
    CLICK HERE to register
  • Tuesday, November 11
    11:00 am CT (12:00 pm ET)
    CLICK HERE to register
    Registration Deadline: November 10 at 11 am CT
  • Wednesday, November 12
    6:00 pm CT (7:00 pm ET)
    CLICK HERE to register
    Registration Deadline: November 11 at 6 pm CT

CLICK HERE for more information and for a complete calendar listing of program dates and offerings.


  1. Identify potential bloodborne pathogens and their modes of transmission.
  2. Explain the requirements for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians to comply with the Bloodborne Pathogens Standards.
  3. Describe engineering and work practice controls that can help minimize exposure risks.
  4. List the hepatitis B vaccination requirements for health care workers.
  5. Outline the proper post-exposure response.

acpelogoThe Collaborative Education Institute is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. Following completion of the online activity exam and evaluation (accessible at via a CPE Access Code following the activity), participants will be able to access their CPE Statement of Credit on CPE Monitor,